Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth dedicated Saturday's 3-1 win against Cambridge to Nathan Tyson and Michael Harriman.

Harriman suffered a broken leg in the build-up to the game, injuring himself on the training ground and looking at four months out with a broken leg.

Tyson went off against the U's after half an hour, collapsing in a heap after a shot at goal. Ainsworth confirmed that Tyson suffered a 'nasty looking' knee injury and could be out for an extended period of time.

He said: "I have gone in the dressing room after the game and said we have picked up two serious injuries.

"Nathan has had a nasty knee injury there and Michael broke his leg midweek. That result is for those two.

"They are a huge part of what we are trying to achieve and they are both fantastic players. If we can keep going, we have some big players coming back around Christmas time.

"We will assess Nathan's knee injury in the week but it does look a bad one."

Ebere Eze was the hero for the Blues, scoring two stunners to set the Chairboys on their way, with Josh Umerah notching the other.

Ainsworth waxed lyrical about the young QPR loanee. He added: "The headline will go to Ebere.

"I worked with him in training and said he is due a goal. What a fantastic talent to have around, he is a great character and I enjoy working with him.

"I think the older boys are rubbing off on him, making sure he keeps his feet on the floor. We have him here until January and we will see what we can do after that.

"Josh was superb as well. He has a great attitude and he will have a good career in the game."

The away form for Wanderers have been absolutely fantastic, with only one away league defeat on a Saturday since last November.

Ainsworth added: "That is brilliant. It all changes very quickly and you are always judged on your last game.

"People can manipulate stats however they want but there is a time when you have to look and take note.

"What a great bunch we have here and I love working with all of them."